LeTv, now called as LeEco has been making some storm in the Indian market ever since its entry a month back. Well, off late Xiaomi has succeeded to steal the spotlight away from the LeEco Le 1S thanks to the entry of their Redmi Note 3. Still the mid-range phablet from the Chinese maker is one of the best available in the market.
Incidentally if reports are to be believed LeEco is already working on a successor of the Le 1S smartphone and guess what the device was spotted clearing the GFX Benchmark a week back. Apart from that a number of hands-on images of the LeEco Le 2 has cropped up online which gives a glimpse at what the Chinese upstart smartphone brand has in store.
Similar real estate with no change in quality
As per the benchmark listing the LeEco Le 2 will come with a 5.5inch Full HD (1920x1080p) IPS display upfront. This is in fact the similar to what is present in the existing LeEco Le 1S. Apparently the Le 1S has an exceptional display at its price point, even better that the one on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3.
'Ten' is the new Hulk in town
Helio X25 and X20 are the latest chips that are making a hype in the market, and so far it seems that the LeEco Le 2 will sport the latter. This means that the LeEco Le 2 will be powered by the first Deca-core SoC with Cortex A-53 cores clocked at 2GHz each. The Helio X20 chip is clubbed with a Mali T880 GPU for providing users a seamless gaming experience.
Still stuck at 'Three'
Incidentally the GFX Bench listing reveals that the LeEco Le 2 will carry forward the 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage of its predecessor. The benchmark listing further reveal that the alleged mid-range phablet from the Chinese smartphone maker will come with 24GB of onboard storage space.
Bump up the Pixels
Cameras on the LeEco Le 2 seems to have been improved. The 13MP rear module has now been replaced with a new 16MP module. While the increased number of megapixels doesn't ascertain the fact that the Le 2 will have a superior camera, but it is expected that the company will incorporate an improved sensor onboard. The front camera on the other hands remains intact at 8MP. As with the last gen the rear camera is expected to support 4K video shooting.
Let's 'Type' C
The LeEco Le 2 supposedly comes with the latest USB standard available - USB Type C (3.1). This will not only provide uses a 'reversible' advantage but also help generate super-fast 8 Gigabits of data transfer speed.
Marshmallow apparently will sweeten up the deal. While it's true that the company's eUI has done away with most of the features of stock Android, the Marshmallow ROM will provide uses with some inherent functionalities including the Doze feature.